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In a move that should surprise no one, Nintendo has announced a delay for the new Legend of Zelda title for Wii U. The game was originally expected to be released some time this year, but the team behind it is no longer focusing on meeting that deadline in order to have the freedom to produce a better game. Here's hoping it's worth the wait.
Specifically, secondary schools across Northern Ireland are being given copies of MinecraftEdu, a version of the game designed to be educational. This initiative is expected to bring Minecraft to 50,000 kids, and will be used to teach everything from art to history and computer coding:
Last week we worked with Artichoke and The Space to recreate, in Minecraft, a version of Burning Man artist David Best’s ‘Temple’ in Minecraft.
The real world Temple was a 70ft structure in the city that was ceremonially burnt. When we took it into the schools we were able to give young people a chance to create their own versions of the Temple, working alongside the artist. We’ve seen Minecraft being used to teach everything from coding to physics but I think that there’s a real opportunity to develop more of these kind of creative projects too.
Halo Online is a new free to play Halo game for PC that's launching a closed beta this spring in Russa. It's likely to be full of microtransactions and possibly be terrible, but the game is said to be launching in Russia in an effort to combat the rampant piracy there. Can't steal a game that's already free! There are no current plans to expand the game outside of Russia, but "theoretically, any expansion...would have to go through region-specific changes to address player expectations."